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We're Moving to Digital Flyers

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We're Moving to Digital Flyers

To help ensure you receive information about programs and resources for your family, including events and activities at school, we are moving to an e-flyer system called Peachjar. This platform will allow us to send important school and community flyers to you digitally, saving time, money and paper. This is especially important while we are all in distance learning!

School-approved digital flyers will be sent to your email inbox where you can easily click to sign up for events and programs. If you miss an email, you can also find the flyers on the Peachjar page of your child’s school website (listed under Family Resources).

No action is required to begin receiving this communication from your school. You’ll receive a welcome email from Peachjar on Monday, Dec. 21. If you wish to manage your account preferences, you may use the login information that will be provided in that email. 

To ensure you don’t miss notifications, we suggest you add to your email contacts and click “always display images” when you receive your first email. 

Peachjar is used exclusively for the distribution of school-approved flyers only. Your email address will not be shared or used for any other purpose. 

We hope that you enjoy the convenience of this new platform to further enhance school communication.

You can learn more about Peachjar in RPS on our Peachjar web page.

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